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Monday Quickies: Bryce Hopkins Decision Edition

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Hopkins is set to make his college choice.

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Today provides an opportunity for Kentucky basketball head coach John Calipari and his staff to go two for two in recruiting over the past week.

Last Thursday, 2022 No. 19 recruit Skyy Clark announced his commitment to the Kentucky program.

Tonight at 7:30 PM EST, No. 30 recruit Bryce Hopkins will announce his decision.

According to 247 Sports, the 6-7 power forward is heavily favored to also land with the Wildcats. The Oak Park, IL prospect has also received offers from Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Providence.

Hopkins has slightly delayed his decision, previously making the announcement that his following could expect one following last Tuesday. Though it’s been pushed back a few days, today we’ll finally see where the young talent is headed.

What’s your prediction for tonight? Make sure to drop it in the comment section below.

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The former Ole Miss Rebel is just on a different level.

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